Canadian Screen Awards


CSAs ’19: Schitt’s Creek, Anne with an E win top TV honours

The broadcast gala also saw Cardinal‘s Billy Campbell and Karine Vanasse land big wins, while Letterkenny picked up acting and writing prizes.


CSAs ‘19: The Great Darkened Days leads film winners in Cinematic Arts gala

The film picked up five awards Sunday morning, while Genevieve Dulude-De Celles’ A Colony won the best first feature prize.

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CSAs ’19: How to Buy a Baby, The Artists take top digital honours

Dino Dana also picked up an award for its cross-platform work and two NFB projects claimed prizes for immersive experience and VR.

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CSAs ’19: Cardinal, Anne With an E snag five prizes apiece

Odd Squad, Baroness von Sketch and Letterkenny also claimed multiple awards at the Creative Fiction Storytelling gala.

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CSAs ’19: The Detectives, Amazing Race Canada win big on night one

The non-fiction gala also saw Property Brothers, Equus: Story of the Horse and You Are Here take home prizes.


CSAs ’19: Anne, Schitt’s Creek, Cardinal lead TV nominations

Anne with an E and Schitt’s earned 15 nods apiece, with Cardinal slightly trailing at 14, while Canadian sci-fi made a splash.


eOne to receive first-ever industry leadership award at 2019 CSAs

Travelers creator Brad Wright will receive the Maraget Collier award, while four more recipients will be honoured with the Board of Directors’ Tribute.


Canadian Academy adopts new regs ahead of 2019 CSAs

Among a number of changes for film, TV and digital media, the Academy reduced the number of nominations in the Best Motion Picture category.


CSAs ’18: Maudie tops film awards with seven wins

On the TV side, CBC also had a big night with wins for Kim’s Convenience, Alias Grace and Anne.

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CSAs ’18: peopleWatching, Secret Alberta claim top digital prizes

Cross-platform companion pieces to Wynonna Earp, Canada The Story of Us and Odd Squad also claimed awards at Screen Week’s third gala.


CSAs ’18: Cardinal, Alias Grace, Baroness win big in fiction gala

A fierce night of competition saw Canadian hits going head-to-head, with series across all major broadcasters taking home trophies.


CSAs ’18: Mayday, RISE, Wild Canadian Year nab non-fiction prizes

The opening gala of Canadian Screen Week also saw big wins for Property Brothers and Science Max.